A shop that could form the corner of a brand new alleyway in York is up for sale.
Number 4 Spurriergate, a four storey building, is on the market for £500,000.
It was most recently home to Beaverbrooks. It closed when the firm relocated to York’s new ‘jewellery quarter’ on Davygate.
The building dates back to the 1840s, but the shopfront is a 20th century addition.
Under the bold Coney Street Riverside scheme, it would remain. But the building next door, currently home to Boots, would be demolished.
This would create a walkway down to the river, notionally called Waterloo Place.
Boots before and after
Chester-based estate agents kenneymoore are marketing number 4 Spurriergate.
It says: “The premises occupy a prime location on Spurriergate, at its junction with Coney Street and Market Street.”
Rates payable on the building are £17,920 per year.